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Biological Scientist II/III 29100000 - MD-PHARMACOLOGY / THERAPEUTICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Pharmacology is seeking to fill a Biological Scientist II or Biological Scientist III position. This position will contribute to the design and execution of multiple research experiments investigating treatments for muscle diseases.
Academic Program Spec II 29100000 - MD-PHARMACOLOGY / THERAPEUTICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The College of Medicine’s Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics is seeking an Academic Program Specialist II to serve as the primary academic coordinator for the Department and to the Pharmacology Concentration Director. This position is responsible for all department level graduate student services components for PhD & Master’s degree students, which includes planning and implementation of student services operations. Works closely with academic faculty members to make sure their needs for instructional support are met. Corresponds with professionals for the purpose of providing critical information and negotiating complex problems. The successful candidate for this position will be expected to maintain a close liaison with and implement the policies of the Graduate School, COM Office of Graduate Education, Office of Admissions, and the Distance Learning Office.
Student Assistant - Lab Technician 29100000 - MD-PHARMACOLOGY / THERAPEUTICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The individual in this position will be involved in bench and animal work to support the research projects in a neuropharmacology laboratory. The applicant needs to be able to accurately perform basic lab benchwork to provide supporting data to other member’s projects, therefore manual dexterity, and attention to detail is an essential skill for the position. Wet lab experience and/or neuroscience knowledge is desired but not required for this position. Another major role of the applicant will be to manage the animal colony and assist with animal related procedures. Willingness to work with rodents is needed for this position. Previous experience with mouse handling is not required but is highly desired. Lastly, as supporting technician, the applicant will be performing the basic experimental and administrative groundwork for more complex studies and will monitor and update multiple electronic records for the laboratory. Therefore, good communication, planning, and organization skills are essential for this position.
Research Assistant Professor 29100000 - MD-PHARMACOLOGY / THERAPEUTICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The successful candidate will develop and direct research to determine the brain circuitry and systems necessary for sensory-driven motivated decisions and behaviors. As part of this, the successful candidate will 1) determine and develop appropriate methods to allow for rigorous, controlled, and sensitive data collection from awake behaving mice using optogenetic, chemogenetic, pharmacological, electrophysiological, and optical methods, 2) Train and supervise lab staff in the execution of research methods and the subsequent data analysis, 3) Serve as a liaison between PI, lab staff, and collaborators within as well as external to UF to coordinate projects in an efficient manner, and 4) Synthesize results into peer-reviewed manuscripts and also deliver results at conferences. The successful candidate is expected to compete for external funding to support projects as they develop, and to aid the PI/supervisor in grant preparation and reporting. Additionally, the successful candidate will be responsible for 1) Complete understanding and compliance with laboratory regulations such as ACS, EH&S, IACUC, UF, State and Federal guidelines, and 2) Support of accurate records and legal documentation required by institutional policies such as biological, chemical, and radiation safety policies. The successful candidate will be expected to accomplish the above duties independently, with only minimal consultation from the PI/supervisor.
LECTURER 29100000 - MD-PHARMACOLOGY / THERAPEUTICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Remote/Flexible
The University of Florida’s Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics is a vibrant group of faculty, staff, and trainees working towards impactful education and discoveries in Pharmacology. The University of Florida is currently ranked as the #5 public University (US News and World Report, 2022-2023). The Department is ranked #12 and rising in the Nation by BRIMR in NIH funding (2023) and is seeking a Lecturer to support its commitment to education. This position will provide the applicant with the opportunity to engage in teaching in many different settings and modalities including in prestigious professional programs (MD, PA, DDS, more), PhD, and Master’s program courses. Modalities will include both in-person teaching as well as involvement in our market-leading online graduate programs. The initial focus will be on education in Master’s-level education, including in development and implementation of a new Master’s program. The applicant will have the opportunity to improve their teaching skills through a variety of experiences and working with established and successful medical educators. Opportunities for promotion and engagement with other leading Departments and Colleges at the University are available. This is a terrific opportunity for a skilled educator who seeks to make a difference in a collegial environment which values excellent educators and would be propelled by the University of Florida’s Artificial Intelligence Initiative.


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